Does it feel like your kids are eating and dirtying the kitchen all day long during virtual learning (or is it just me)?! 🙈 I know we definitely need more structure this fall, and I just finished reading through your Facebook comments about how packing lunches helped create a routine while at home. Some even got their kids to help so it was almost part of their curriculum – love it!
Now more than ever, we need structure for our little ones (and ourselves!). So, we’re excited to once again be offering our uber-popular meal plans that tell you exactly what to buy and make for unprocessed lunches – Real Lunches, Real Easy!
If you prepare and pack lunches in advance, you’ll ensure a good-for-you complete meal without disrupting your work/school day. Available for two weeks only (due to contractual agreement with my publisher) join us for peace of mind and healthy eating this school year!
This is our series of four, 6-week packed lunch meal plans filled with…
- What groceries to buy,
- What recipes to make,
- And what lunches to pack (including pictures!).
Basically, a complete system to make real food school lunches super easy. SO GRAB YOUR COPIES BEFORE THEY’RE GONE!
See a list of what you’ll find in each eBook here.
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See sample pages and learn more here. Read the reviews or the FAQs to learn more.
I know there are no good answers for how school should be this year. It’s tough on everyone involved! But I hope these plans will help you feel like you’re taking back control of at least one thing and give you the peace of mind you’re looking for this school year!
2 thoughts on “How to Have Structure This School Year”
I feel really silly asking this…I must have missed it somewhere. But I’m on week 1 of the lunch plan, doing my first week. It says to make the hummus and applesauce and granola bars on the weekend but there isn’t any mention of when to make the mac and cheese. Is that done on the weekend too?
I love your blog and have been a reader since the original 100 days! You’ve been an important part of my culinary life. :) I have two kids now. Thank you for helping them grow up eating real food with no memory of anything different!
You can make the mac and cheese the night before. Then just warm it up in the thermos on Wednesday morning when packing the lunch.
We appreciate your kind words! – Nicole